City to purchase building for public-works storage

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by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.com The City of St. Joseph will finally have an extra storage building for its public-works department. At its Oct. 5 city council meeting, it was announced that there is a buyer’s agreement for a building that is adjacent just north of the current public-works facility on property north of the Coborn’s grocery store. The purchase price

Dance team performs short, special show

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photo by Mike KnaakSartell Sabre Dance Team members show off their steps for an audience of family and friends at the Community Center Oct. 6. The team usually performs at home football games but because of Covid-19 restrictions, those performances were canceled. photo by Mike KnaakThe dance team performed just one number to parents who took the opportunity to record

 Moms, kids grow stronger in MOMS Club

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by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.com The Sartell-Sauk Rapids MOMS Club is comprised of women with a wide variety of life experiences. There are teachers, photographers, musicians and all manner of skills, talents, professions; some are stay-at-home moms; others have jobs away from home. Those differences enhance the dynamic cohesion of the group whose members all have the same ultimate aim. “The

Colors peak in Collegeville

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photo by Carolyn BertschThe Bidinger family of Sartell hikes the Chapel Trail at St. John's University in Collegeville Oct. 10. They are (left to right) Tiffany; Landyn, 6; Gavin, 10; Rory and Keegan, 14. photo by Carolyn BertschPatty Fischer of Hot Springs, S.D. collects leaves along the Chapel Trail in Collegeville Oct. 10 while walking with her son Clay, of

Mayor urges caution for Halloween

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by Dennis Dalman news@thenewsleaders.com St. Joseph Mayor Rick Schultz wants all residents – especially parents – to be aware that Halloween activities pose Covid virus risks to children, according to guidelines released by the National Centers for Disease control. Not advised are trick-or-treat events with large groups, costume parties, haunted houses, hayrides/tractor rides and other large-crowd events. All of those

Cultural Connections: English classes are back in St. Joseph

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Fasalladii waa soo noqdeen.  Waxay idinku war galinayaan xarumaha (cultural bridges iyo Central MN adult basic education ABE) ee wax barashada dadka waawayn in dib u bixinayaan fasalladii ingrisiga ahaa oo ku yaala St. Joseph. Gugii lasoo dhaafay waxa hakad galay fasalladii luuqada ingrisiga, xanuunka COVID-19 dartiis. Xagaagii oo dhan waxay ardaydu ku qaateen faslladii habka online ka. Fasalladii waa